I was able to get a little stitching done while visiting with my sister Mary this week. We spent a lot of time on her deck enjoying the beautiful weather. Mostly I was busy running errands for her (and doing a
bit lot of shopping for myself, naturally!), doing laundry and a little cooking.
It took a lot of wheelchair wrestling and walker wrangling, but we even made it to Urban Growler one evening. I'm not a beer drinker, but Mary is an early investor and she gets free beer for life, so we had to go! I usually order wine or a Bloody Mary (aka Salad in a Glass), so I was happy to find that the Rhubarb Wit is very good (my sister's suggestion for me).
|I haven't decided on how to finish the strawberry on the June Buttermilk Basin block. |
Stacy used tiny black buttons, but since I don't have any on hand, I may do yellow French Knots.
|I'm slowing catching up on some machine piecing projects. |
These are last week's Temecula Summer Sampler four inch blocks.
Yesterday I found a few minutes to start assembling my Thimblecreek Mystery pieces together--I think it's going to be spectacular!
|Today, after doing some catch-up cleaning around the house and maybe a little garden weeding, I hope to sit outside and work on my Temecula InstaSewAlong Doll Quilt.|
Linking with Kathy at Slow Sunday Stitching HERE